Tag Archives: National Theatre of Wales

A Play For Today

To say that Owen Sheers and the National Theatre of Wales have some history would be an understatement.  Their last collaboration, The Passion, not only garnered rave reviews from critics, it also made a whole town a theatre, its people … Continue reading

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Cultural Capital

Cardiff has never been handed the title European Capital of Culture but it hardly needs it. Take the city’s most striking landmark. Cardiff Bay might not be to everyone’s taste yet the poetry on the Wales Millennium Centre can’t fail … Continue reading

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Just Perfect

It’s a bright but cold Saturday evening, the first weekend in May. We pass the crowds of testosterone-filled, shirt-bursting men, the groups of hens, high-heeled, perma-tanned, their sense of volume control lost in the day’s drinking. We make our way beyond … Continue reading

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